Comedian Lynne Koplitz Interview with Paul Miller

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Listen HERE to Comedian Lynne Koplitz interview with Paul Miller of WPHM 1380.  Lynne will be performing two shows at the Lexington Village Theatre on Saturday, Nov 14th.

Illusionist Jason Bishop Radio Interview

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Illusionist Jason Bishop spoke with Paul Miller of WPHM 1380.  Listen to the interview HERE

WPHM 1380 Paul Miller Interview with Josh Shilling of Mountain Heart

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Listen to Mountain Heart’s Josh Shilling interview with Paul Miller of WPHM 1380 HERE

Women Who Care Event – Oct 1, 2015

Sanilac 100 women fundraiser is in need of more women

Nicole Hayden, Times Herald

A night to dress to the nines, drink wine, and network with caring women is even better when funds from the event get donated to a local cause.

The Sanilac Women Who Care is hosting its third annual fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Lexington Village Theater.

The event aims to gather 100 women together to make a difference, but 37 women are still needed to sign up to hit that mark.

Each of the 100 women are required to bring $100 to attend the event with the goal of raising $10,000 for a local organization.

Three participating women are randomly chosen to pitch a local charity that should receive the money raised from the night.

All women in attendance then vote once the pitches are complete.

The sole winner receives all of the funds.

“There is no end to the need for funding,” said Nona Walker, Sanilac Women Who Care board member. “There are many different causes from the county museum needing updates to food pantries needing money.”

Last year the winning organization was the Sanilac County Child Advocacy Center which took home $7,200.

“We have never hit the 100-women mark, which is our ultimate goal, we would love to do that,” Walker said. “But really our goal is to do better than we did the previous year.”

Last year, 72 women attended the event. So far 63 women, which equates to $6,300, have signed up to attend. Pre-registration is not required; women can sign up at the door.

“We try to keep it classy, the venue itself adds to the ambiance of it,” Walker said. “Ladies come dressed up, not in formal wear, but not in sweatshirts either. A lot of networking goes on and a lot of wine gets consumed, too.”

Walker said the networking portion of the event allows various local organizations to discuss how they can work together and to introduce others to charities they may not have heard of.

“Not every woman who comes is here to represent an organization that needs funds,” Walker said. “Some women just come to support local causes. Part of the networking is trying to convince women to pitch your organization if they are one of the ones randomly chosen to present on a charity.”

This year local Paul Shonk will be providing the musical entertainment throughout the night. Volunteer men will also be dressed up in tuxedos serving complimentary appetizers and a cash bar will be open.

For more information or to register call Walker at (810) 622-9209.

Contact Nicole Hayden at (810) 989-6279 or nhayden@gannett.com. Follow her on Twitter @NicoleHayden_TH.

If you go

Sanilac Women Who Care, 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Lexington Village Theater, 7318 Huron Ave., Lexington. Cost is $100.

For more information or to register call Nona Walker at (810) 622-9209.

Read the original article HERE

WPMH 1380 Interview with Seth Walker

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Listen to Paul Miller of WPHM 1380 interview with Seth Walker.

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WPHM 1380 Interview w/ Becky Hortop

Listen to Paul Miller of WPHM 1380 interview with Lexington Village Theatre Manager, Becky Hortop.

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WPHM 1380 Paul Miller interview with LRB Greg Hind

Paul Miller of WPHM interviewed Greg Hind of the Little River Band.

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Times Herald article: Little River Band plays in Lexington by Bob Gross

Feeling in a late 70s, early 80s frame of mind?

Maybe even reminiscing?

The Little River Band, which first hit the charts in 1975 with the original members in their home country of Australia, will perform at 5 and 8 p.m. Sunday at the Lexington Village Theatre, 7318 Huron Ave.

Wayne Nelson plays bass and shares lead vocals — he says he “hired somebody younger” to do the high harmonies on hits like “Reminiscing,” “Cool Change” and “Lonesome Loser.” He’s been with the band for 35 years — since 1979.

“I got a lot of miles under my belt,” he said.

He said he took over as the front man in 2000.

“I get to sing all the cool lyrics,” he said.

The show in Lexington, Nelson said, will have something of a Christmas theme.

“We have a Christmas CD that’s been out for a couple of years,” he said.

He said they’re not likely to be singing “Sleigh Ride” or “White Christmas.”

“Ours are less traditional Christmas songs – pop songs about Christmas like Keb’ Mo’, Mariah Carey and Kenny Loggins, Neil Diamond,” he said.

He said the group is all about giving the people what they expect when they hear the name “Little River Band.” That includes people who grew up in the 70s and people who grew up in the 90s.

“We play for people in their mid-20s who grew up with the music in their house or their car because their parents were listening to it,” he said.

“People go to a show of a vintage band for one thing, and that’s memories. They want to hear it the way they used to.”

After their Lexington gig, the band will be playing in Florida before returning to Michigan at the Soaring Eagle Casino in Mount Pleasant on Jan. 17.

“We have a lot of fun,” Nelson said. “There’s way too much travel not to.

“I’m the tour manager as well, and it’s a huge workload to coordinate everyone’s travel.

“It’s pretty grueling when we’re not doing what we love, which is onstage playing the music,” he said. “That 90 minutes makes it worthwhile.”

He said the band’s sets are “no smoke and mirrors,” no fog machines or pyrotechnics, just five guys playing music.

And, he said, it’s something they love to do.

“If it got to be just a job, we would have to quit,” Nelson said.

Contact Bob Gross at (810) 989-6263 or rgross@gannett.com.

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LRB Wayne Nelson interview with WPMH 1380 Paul Miller

Little River Band Wayne Nelson discusses the upcoming Christmas Show at the Lexington Village Theatre on Sunday, December 14th with Paul Miller of WPHM 1380.

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Glenn Douglas Packard interview with Paul Miller 1380 WPHM

Glenn Douglas Packard, originally from Michigan, is the choreographer for Men of the Strip.

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